Lulie Talmor Talmor itibaren Bakonyszentlászló, Macaristan
Like popcorn--enjoyable while consuming it, but not all that satisfying in the end.
I'm reading this one aloud to my grandsons. I think Horvath sounds better aloud.
I think I was either a sophomore or a freshman when I first read this book, but it totally resonated. Holden Caulfield is an unlikely hero, since he indisputably is facing some issues, but I have a full-fledged love for him. He is one of my favorite literary characters of all time. Mainly, felt Catcher in the Rye voiced the reality of being isolated in a socially exploding world. Holden knows people, he goes out to drinks with people, but that doesn't dispel his sense of aloneness. He has all kinds of crazy ideas, like moving to the mountains and pretending to be deaf (I'd thought of moving to the mountains before), and the almost anticlimactic realization that he's being unreasonable has so much meaning (hint: it involves his lil sis).
i did not finsh it it starts out a little shakey with the first chapter with micheal.j.roscoe it gets better the more far you get